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    Plot twist: They are not programmers, but Nazis
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    This is just wrong on the face of it and clearly a meme written by someone who is not an engineer. Do you use zero based counting for indices? Yes, absolutely. Do you use it for concrete integral values? No! Asking for zero of something is a reasonable thing. I want no beers

    Fun fact: all CPUs that you have heard of has an integer pipeline where 3*3 -> 9, and none of them except some very obscure DSPs with no branch instructions will have 2*2 -> 8

    Sorry, but whoever made this is a stupid fucking douchebag and doesn’t have a job and as far as engineering jobs go they will never have one.

    Also unless this is IBM or NASA when is the last time you saw engineers wearing a tie while at a fucking bar
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    @FrodoSwaggins I tought it is binary 11
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    @hack i guess that’s possible but I doubt the thought process in creating that was that advanced.

    And if it was, bad joke because even in c or verilog source code you have to qualify non-base-10 literals, I.e. 2b11, 0x3, 03, 3. Any programmer walking into a bar to ask for three beers would know this.
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    @FrodoSwaggins, you just need to have a chill vibe my bru, life is too short. I think the joke was HILLARIOUSLY funny. It's funny because arrays start at 0, just in case you didn't get it...
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    @SnowGuard that’s why I’m mad. Arrays are INDEXED from zero. Counting still starts from zero but zero means ZERO and three still means three.
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    @hack Binary doesn't work either, it would be 01100 or 00110.
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